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Watership Down In this story Richard Adams creates an interesting part of the story when eleven rabbits unite to form a group and flee from their warren in hopes of avoiding a great tragedy These rabbits leave their warren without knowledge of why they need to leave their homes The one thing the rabbits have in common is their faith in Fivers dreams and visions Together these rabbits will have to put aside their differences in order to face the danger ahead of them The newfound friends are led by a young headstrong rabbit named Hazel who tries to lead with courage and wisdom While the group travels to their unknown destination they encounter problems like wild animals but with cooperation they get through their problems An interesting part is how they figure out a way to transport their injured Fiver and Pipkin across the river to escape the dog Using his brains Hazels has the idea to ship the two injured rabbits across the river upon a flat piece of wood When this act had been done the other rabbits had a new admiration of Hazel This new admiration was brought upon when he had to choose to leave injured rabbits behind he refused and thought of idea to help them across Hazel has shown himself as a competent caring and wise leader Fiver is a small rabbit that seems to have the ability to see future visions It was because of him that the eleven crusaders left to find a new home He predicted the destruction of the warren long before it was to happen His character is very strange he is constantly looking over his shoulder maybe expecting a hideous monster When he does not feel totally at ease he will tremble bolt or go crazy He is a good friend to have around many times he has saved the group with his extraordinary abilities He had predicted
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